Mill Turn, Middle Barton, Chipping Norton
Guide Price £500,000
4 bedroom Cottage for sale: Mill Turn, Middle Barton, Chipping Norton
Guide Price £500,000
Offering just over 1700 sq.ft. is this detached, extended and beautifully presented four bedroom family house with a south facing 125 ft. garden. This delightful family property has been thoughtfully extended with a beautiful open plan kitchen and dining room forming the central hub of the house.
Sitting room, garden room, open plan kitchen/dining room, utility room, cloakroom, master bedroom, bedroom two with en-suite shower room, two further bedrooms, family bathroom, south facing rear garden.
Front door from pavement to:
Stairs to first floor, exposed stone chimney breast with timber beam over, large open fireplace with stone hearth containing wood burning stove, exposed ceiling beams, window seat, painted tongue and groove panelling, book shelf, wall lights, telephone point, double radiator, double glazed windows to front.
Glazed panel door to
Open plan kitchen/dining room
Ceramic floor tiles, a range of fitted floor and wall mounted units with cream painted fronts including soft close drawers, corner space-saver cupboards and saucepan drawers, laminate work surfaces, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, integrated Neff dishwasher, Britannia six hob gas fired range cooker with two electric ovens and grill set in an alcove with tiled shelf to rear and exposed beam over, downlighters, double glazed windows to front.
Continuation of ceramic floor tiles, storage cupboard (to match kitchen units) with deep shelf above, broom cupboard, double radiator, single radiator, two Velux roof lights, half glazed panel door to garden, double glazed windows to side.
Double glazed stable door to rear gravel courtyard, continuation of ceramic floor tiles, hanging space for coats, single radiator, downlighters.
Continuation of ceramic floor tiles, low level WC,pedestal wash hand basin, single radiator, extractor fan, downlighters.
Wood floor, exposed ceiling beams, corner feature fireplace with stone hearth and exposed beam above (not functioning), TV point, ethernet point, two double radiators, wall lights, French windows to garden.
Belfast sink with mixer taps with cupboard below, deep window shelf, space and plumbing for washing machine, space and exterior ventilation for tumble dryer, Worcester Greenstar gas fired central heating boiler with Nest remote control (replaced 2017), Joule Cyclone pressurised hot water tank, wall mounted wooden folding clothes airier, storage for ironing board, coat hanging space, pendant lights.
Stairs to first floor landing
Double radiator, ethernet point, window to side and to rear with views over the garden.
Painted ledge and brace door, double radiator, shelf above bed, double glazed window to front.
Tiled floor, Ideal Standard pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, walk in shower cubicle with fully tiled walls and glass side panel, rain head shower and separate hand held shower, extractor fan, downlighter.
Single radiator, clothes hanging space, double glazed window to side.
Painted ledge and brace door, double radiator, loft access,double glazed window to front.
Panelled bath with mixer taps and shower over, tiled splashbacks, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, deep window shelf,medicine cupboard, airing cupboard with slatted shelves.
The pretty garden is to the rear of the property and measures approximately 125 ft in length and 35 ft at the widest point, narrowing to 12ft behind the garden shed. Immediately to the rear of the house is a good side patio for outside dining, outside tap and light. The garden is mainly laid to lawn, with raised beds and herbaceous borders stocked with mature shrubs, perennials and climbing plants, mature trees and well-established hedges. The lawn is in two parts with a pretty low stone wall with stone steps to the side separating the upper and lower lawns. At the far end of the garden is a small vegetable garden and a good-sized garden shed.
Access to the house from Mill Lane is by way of a tall wooden gate which leads into a gravel courtyard with access to the rear porch. Here are a small octagonal greenhouse, wooden bin store and log store and a low picket gate to the garden. There is road access from Mill Lane by way of tall double wooden gates with the potential to reinstate off-road parking to the rear of the property.
Tel: 01869 338898